Telluride - March 2021
If you enjoy skiing, exploring, and mountain photography, I highly recommend finding your way to Telluride, Colorado. I can't say enough about eve...
Cheers to 2021!
Happy New Year and cheers to 2021!
After a fall of playing with lenses and documenting a once-in-a-lifetime hs football season with two of my kids,...
Green Heron and the New Lens
Very excited for this fall season.
After years of waiting, I finally have a good 70-200mm f/2.8 lens. A once-in-a-lifetime football season with tw...
Peace In The Mountains
When was the last time you were this peaceful, relaxed, content, and connected?
Prayers, wisdom, positive action, and a meaningful sense of awarene...
Elk Envy... For Now
During this crisis year that is 2020, may we all be able to find a moment of rest, comfort, and contentment as this bull elk resting in alpine wild...
Bighorn Rams in RMNP
Some estimates put the bighorn sheep population around 400 in the Rocky Mountain National Park area. Extreme luck last week brought us to find the...
Moose In Rocky Mountain National Park
The moose population must be doing very well in RMNP. 11 moose in 3 days is a record by far. We were thrilled to see bulls, cows and three calves...
Black & White Together
Black and white. Always highlights the beauty after a storm.
This storm will pass. We’ll be together, better, and a more beautiful humanity than ...
Great Blue Heron
A beautiful Sunday evening to get the canoe out for a little fishing with the oldest on a local lake. On the fishing side, we failed miserably.
Blue Sky After the Storm - Mountain Escape Project #19
Hard to describe the power and beauty of a Rocky Mountain blue sky after a storm.
Hopefully the blue skies following this COVID storm are even more...
Mountain Escape Project #15
The winter snow has likely melted away, probably about the same time the humans disappeared. I can only imagine how the sheep and other wildlife m...
Perspective - Mountain Escape Project #14
What do you see?
Perspective finds an adventure on the Lumpy Ridge Trail in Rocky Mountain National Park. The rock formations provide endless fun,...
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